03.23.2006 12:26 PM
Anystream to rollout upgrades for Agility VOD, broadcast, Web

At NAB2006, Anystream will unveil substantial upgrades to its core products, including Agility VOD for automated cable VOD content creation; Agility Broadcast for streamlined tapeless broadcast production; and Agility Web for automated Web, mobile and multidevice publishing workflows.

New Agility Broadcast features will include software-based real-time HD encoding that leverages the economy and efficiency of IT-based all digital workflows.

New Agility VOD features will include Nielsen audience measurement technology integration; content mark and replace, which provides automated schedule-based advertising and promotional spot rotation; and cable VOD destination modules, pre-built configurations that define and enforce package requirements for all major U.S. cable systems.

New Agility Web features will include support for mobile formats, including Nextreaming and AMR narrowband audio for new-generation handsets; in demand consumer devices, including Sony PSPs and Apple iPODs; and next-generation Web formats.

See Anystream at NAB2006 in booth SL2944, SL1513K and SL197-MR, or visit www.anystream.com.

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